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Split any question post with two or more questions into several posts (per the number of questions) and attribute it to the asker
It can be tempting for askers to put more than one question in a post because it has the illusion of saving time, at least for the poster and maybe also for community members.
You might want to consider splitting any post with at least two different unrelated questions (not a "I mean to ask" second phrasing question), into several posts per the number of actual unrelated questions.
Maybe, the moment a mod recognized two or more questions the post will be locked and the mod will start splitting it (after any question which isn't the first was splitted, the post with the original question would be opened).
The attribution would be both to the OP and to the mod
If a post was already answered as is, an exception would be made (it won't be splitted)
I can't say the same for answer posts, because answers are built pretty much directly upon question posts
Such practice would promise modularity, reasonable longevity of question and answer posts and with the right editing it is also good for SEO
Mods already edit posts, so why not split them if they are obviously contain two different unrelated questions?
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